Leonardo DiCaprio, model Toni Garrn reportedly split
Leonardo DiCaprio may be back on the market: The actor has reportedly split with model girlfriend Toni Garrn.
News of the split came Thursday via Us Weekly, which said the star of “The Wolf of Wall Street” and the young Victoria’s Secret model called it quits after more than a year of dating.
Incidentally, E! News reported just last week that the comely couple was still going strong when they teamed up for a private late-night tennis match. (And, no, that’s not what the kids are calling it these days. They really did play tennis.)
The romance rumblings come on the heels of the perpetually Oscar-nominated star leaving an Art Basel party in Miami over the weekend with a female entourage that was 20 women deep.
The Wolf of South Beach, who’s been sporting a man-bun and shaggy beard as of late, reportedly left a popup version of 1 Oak at Rec Room with every girl from the VIP section, the New York Daily News reported.
The German stunner was also in Miami for the art assemblage, but several reports said the two were flying solo most of the time, and the Daily News said that by then they had already put a fork in it. People magazine reported they were spotted together once on Friday and that things seemed pretty platonic.
DiCaprio and Garrn reportedly dated privately since May 2013 and did some global sightseeing together during that time, visiting Bora Bora, the French Alps and St. Barts and snuggling up at the Cannes Film Festival in May, E! News reported.
The Hollywood bachelor has a proclivity for models: He’s been linked to Kristen Zang, Emma Miller, Gisele Bundchen, Bar Refaeli and Erin Heatherton. He also dated model-esque “Gossip Girl” alum Blake Lively over the summer of 2011.
DiCaprio’s rep did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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